A couple of weekends ago, my lovely fiancé and I had a cute date night in Manchester followed by a stay at one of my all time favourite hotels – King Street Townhouse. I first stayed at this hotel last year and completely fell in love with it so when the opportunity arose to stay there again, I couldn’t have been more excited. Despite living only 30 minutes away from Manchester city centre and spending a good majority of our time there, it’s one of those cities that you can always find an excuse to book a hotel for and have a full weekend stay. There’s always new restaurants and bars opening and something new to see or do. Not to mention the Christmas markets at this time of year which are literally round the corner from this hotel. Yay!

We were booked into one of the suites which was such a treat as last time I visited, I stayed in one of the standard double rooms. Don’t get me wrong, the standard rooms are amazing too but to have a whole suite was just total luxury and in my opinion, if you’re going to stay here, worth the extra cost. As you can see from the photos, the suite has an open plan style complete with its own living area and bedroom as well as a spacious bathroom fully equipped with wet room style shower and double sinks. My first thought when entering the room was ‘oh my gosh, that view’ as this particular room we stayed in has the most spectacular views across Manchester. We arrived for check in at 4 so the sun was just setting as the god into the room and pink skies and Manchester sky line was such a stunning view. I must have sat on the bed for a good hour just watching the sun go down which was so lovely and peaceful.

Another initial thought was ‘bath tub goals!’ – I mean, look at it! f you follow me on Instagram (@kayleighjcouture – if you don’t, come say hey!) I’m sure you’ll know that I appreciate a good bath (well, who doesn’t?!) so to see this insane freestanding tub sat at the end of our bed with views right across Manchester was amazing! The first thing I did after taking these photos was run the bath so I could have a relaxing pamper before dinner. I also ordered a G&T from room service which came so well presented and very quickly after ordering by a lovely suited and booted gentleman. Now that’s what I call good service! They’d also left us some gingerbread men, macaroons and a lovely welcome note – too cute!

As well as the amazing bath, the decor in the rest of the room is just as beautiful. You can tell that everything has been really well thought out and it has a lovely cosy feel to it. I particularly loved the tiles around the bath, the cool lampshade in the living area and the little mirrors above the bed. Interior done right. Talking of the bed – I just have to mention how comfortable it is because oh my goodness, it’s one of those beds that you just sink right into. Seriously, I put my head down on the pillow and practically disappeared it was so squishy. I basically need to find out which pillows they have and buy them for every bedroom in my house as the comfort was seriously real!

After a few more G&T room service deliveries and a soak in the bath, we got ready for dinner and headed out to a new Indian place that’s recently opened. The meal was okay but we weren’t overly impressed so I won’t go into too much detail about that, haha. After dinner we headed for some drinks and I posed in front of every Christmas tree I came across (typical blogger hehe) before heading back to King Street Townhouse for some Netflix in bed (is this a sign we’re getting old?!) and the best nights sleep in that divine bed.

(you can get my blazer here and use code KAYLEIGH30 for discount)

The following morning we got up early and headed to the hotels rooftop infinity pool / hot tub. This is another of the hotels biggest selling points for me as it’s such a cool feature and not something you often find in UK hotels. When you think of an infinity pool you often think of exotic locations so for a Manchester based hotel to bring a bit of that holiday excitement to the UK is fabulous. Unfortunately I couldn’t get a good image of the pool to share as it was a super misty morning but if you want to have a look, a quick google will bring up loads of images. However, we did have a chill on their lounge beds in the little relaxation area just next to the pool as this also has insane views of Manchester – a lovely way to spend a Saturday morning.

After our trip to the pool, it was time to order breakfast. Breakfast is one of my favourite parts of staying at a hotel as it’s such a treat to get breakfast delivered to bed and I always end up ordering a couple of different things so I can have a real feast. I couldn’t decide between eggs & avo or pancakes as they’re both my ultimate fave breakfasts so I decided to order both alongside orange juice and a latte – perfect. They didn’t disappoint either and were scoffed within 10 minutes of them being delivered to the room. Haha!

We had some chill time after breakfast so I had another bath (got to make the most of that tub!) and then we spent some time getting ready before check out at 12pm. After we checked out and left our bags with reception, we headed into the tavern bar and restaurant for a festive afternoon tea. I personally love afternoon teas as I’m the kind of person that likes to have lots of different things to try and pick at. A buffet is my dream so an afternoon tea isn’t too far off, haha! The festive afternoon tea came with all the usual sandwiches, cakes and scones with small Christmassy twists such as Turkey & Stuffing as one of the sandwich fillers – delicious! They offer afternoon tea in the Tavern throughout the whole year and is something you can do without being a guest at the hotel so this is something I’d highly recommend checking out next time you’re in Manchester. It’s super cosy and cute in there and would make the perfect pit stop mid shopping spree!

Overall we had the most lovely stay at King Street Townhouse and I’d love to go back again in the future. It’s just an all round great hotel with everything you could need for a comfortable and fun stay.  You can check out their website here for more info on prices and how to book.

I hope you enjoyed this post guys. Do let me know if you’d like more hotel or spa break reviews in the future as it’s something I really enjoy doing! I have one coming up very soon about my trip to a fabulous spa in The Lake District so keep your eyes peeled for that.

This stay was complimentary however all opinions are my own.

If like me you love spending time with your girls but need a bit of help deciding what to do and where to go, then keep reading as I have found the solution. glh Hotels have launched an interactive map called ‘London Covered’ which is basically the best idea ever as it helps you create the ultimate trip around London, or follow pre-made trips that include some amazing locations On a recent visit, I followed ‘London’s Lushest Luxuries’.     
Now if you love London and visiting as much as I do, you’ll know that it’s an amazing city full of fun and exciting things to do whilst there. However, with so many different areas and things to choose from, it can be quite overwhelming. Also, if you’re not based in London and need a hotel for the night, that can also be a challenge as there’s so many to choose from and knowing which is going to be in the most convenient area for the things you’re planning to do can be tricky. The last thing you want to do is get a tube halfway across London at the end of a night out so the fact the London Covered map can help you ensure everywhere you visit is within close proximity of your accommodation is really handy. The map allows you to pick a glh hotel (and they have many lovely ones to choose from around London) and it then shows all the things available to do nearby. The best nightlife, places to eat, shopping and even salons so you can go and have a pre night out pamper. 
glh Hotels asked me if I’d like to try the map for myself and have the ultimate girls night out in London and obviously, I jumped at the chance. London is one of my fave cities to visit so getting the chance to explore new places is always welcome. I got in touch with my friend Emily who recently moved to Bristol and asked if she’d like to join me as it seemed the perfect chance to catch up.
I was booked into every hotel Piccadilly which is right near Piccadilly Circus tube station and possibly one of the best central locations you could find. When I say everything is on your doorstep, I mean everything. I hate having to get the tube everywhere when I’m in London as it adds unnecessary stress to my visit so being able to plan a route for our night and the following day with places that were all within walking distance from the hotel was amazing. The map allows you to add things to your ‘trip’ from various categories depending on what you want to do and then it will tell you exactly how long the route will take, the distance between each location and a little bit about each place too so you know want to expect before you arrive. Genius.
Emily wasn’t arriving until 9:30pm as she’d been at work all day so we decided the best bet would be to head to a local bar when she arrived for a few well needed end of the week drinks. We decided on Foundation Bar which was a short walk from the hotel. Yep, the walk was do-able, even in heels. I don’t go out in London all that often so didn’t know what to expect but the bar was super cool and quirky and the music was right up our street. We caught up over a couple of drinks, had a bit of a dance and then headed back to every hotel to get a good nights sleep before a day of fun we’d planned via the London Covered map the following day. The hotel was a total dream and the huge king size bed in our suite was divine. The room was so spacious with a large living area, flat screen tv on the wall and a huge bathroom so it felt like a real treat and of course meant there was enough space for all of our clothes and beauty products. I’m sure you can all appreciate the mess made getting ready for a night out, or is that just me?! There was also a mini bar on offer with complimentary drinks which we took full advantage of whilst getting ready to head out.
The following morning we ordered breakfast to eat in our room (I had pancakes, yum) using every hotel’s order and collect service before heading to Salon 64 for a blow dry. Again, I’d not heard of this place before but we couldn’t wait to pay them a visit after reading the description on the London Covered map. It’s basically a coffee shop as well as a hair salon and each station has space to use your laptop and USB ports to charge your phone. A bloggers dream?! They also serve all kinds of lovely coffee so if you need somewhere to work remotely throughout the day or want to get some last minute bits done before heading out with the girls, you can do so in total comfort whilst also getting pampered. However, if you don’t fancy a treatment, there’s no pressure to do so – you can also go in purely to work, drink coffee and socialise. It had a great laid back vibe which we loved and we left with bellies full of cappuccino and super bouncy hair. Ideal.

After our fabulous blow dries we headed to Topshop on Oxford Street for a personal shopping session which is something I’ve always wanted to do. Again, it was only a 10 minute walk from the salon which was handy, especially as it started chucking it down and we didn’t want to ruin our freshly blow dried hair. When we arrived, we were shown to the personal shopping area where we were greeted with prosecco and taken into the cutest little room which was just interior design goals – think pastels, flowers & rose gold accessories. The lovely stylists then picked a selection of outfits for me based on the things I’d told them before my appointment. I said I wanted to try some Christmas party wear pieces as sassy outfits are obviously required at this time of year! I loved everything they chose for me – especially the mesh long sleeve top and leather dress combo. I felt like such a rock chick! 
After lots of shopping fun and taking snaps of the beautiful Christmas lights on Oxford Street, it was time for food! We used the map to get us to Shackfuyu, a beautiful little Japanese place. We ordered a selection of dishes to share which is always my favourite thing to do as it means you get to try lots of things and as Emily is pescatarian, we ordered lots of fish and veggie dishes including the best spicy edamame EVER. It was all absolutely delicious and so well cooked. It’s safe to say there wasn’t a thing left on our plates and I’d definitely recommend paying them a visit if you like Japanese food. After we’d finished at Shackfuyu, our London Covered ‘London’s Lushest Luxuries’ route was complete! Much to our disappointment might I add.
I hope you enjoyed reading all about my girly trip and of course the fabulous map. It really is such a good idea and makes planning a trip in London so much easier. I discovered some fabulous places I’d have never known about if it wasn’t for the app introducing me to them and I’m already looking forward to exploring more new places. I’ll definitely be using it every time I visit the capital from here on in. Also, if you like the sound of what I got up to, you can actually follow my exact route for yourself by using this link here: http://londoncovered.glhhotels.com/trip/londons-lushest-luxuries
Are you a fan of visiting London? Do you like the idea of using the London Covered map to help you plan your next stay? I’d love to hear how you use it and the places you visit!
*paid collaboration with glh. However, all opinions are my own.

If you follow me on social (twitter, instagram and snapchat) you may have seen that I recently attended a fabulous event with my fave online shop for all things beauty, Beauty Bay. Having been a huge fan of Beauty Bay for years and continuously buying products from their site, I was so excited to be invited along to the launch of their new campaign, Queen BB. The new campaign is all about pushing your boundaries, being experimental with makeup looks and to basically unleash your inner Queen. I think this is such a great message for them to be spreading – I’m all about girl power, expressing yourself and lifting others up so for a brand to be spreading the message that we shouldn’t be afraid to be ourselves, is amazing!  

The event was hosted at a cute venue in Manchester city centre and the night included lots of prossecco and gin’s (my current fave – definitely a gin queen!), a makeup pick and mix stand which felt like all my christmasses had come at once and the opportunity to get our makeup done with some amazingly talented makeup artists. I went straight from work so already had makeup on when I arrived but they touched it up and it looked so flawless – I honestly don’t know how they do it. I also watched a few other girls getting their makeup done and the word SLAY was very relevant, let me tell you. Everyone looked incredible! I managed to pick up some new beauty goodies form the pick n mix stand too including brands such as Anastasia Beverly Hills, Jeffrey Star, Makeup Geek, Ofra, and LA Pro. That’s one of the reasons I love Beauty Bay so much – they stock a huge variety of brands and whenever I’m in need of a specific item, it’s the first place I turn as chances are, they’ll have it. 

 There was lots of Beauty Bay’s brands and products on display around the event as well as five huge images of different makeup looks up on the wall –  all of which are looks from the new Queen BB campaign that the makeup artists were recreating. Each look has a different name – Queen B, Frankie, Riley, Alyx and Drew. Each of the looks has a different tag line such as ’embrace your wild side’ or ‘go bold and bright’ which is a really fun idea as there’s different styles to suit different personalities.

We were also shown the brand new Beauty Bay TV advert at the event which is something the brand are super excited about – if you haven’t already seen it on your TV, make sure you keep an eye out for it as it’s a cool ad that showcases lots of queens with sassy hair and makeup strutting their stuff and throwing makeup around – basically its pretty bad ass. It’s definitely an ad that leaves you feel empowered after you’ve watched it. If you haven’t been lucky enough to catch it on your screens yet, you can watch it here on the Beauty Bay website and also see how to recreate each of the looks from the advert.  

After lots of delicious food and drinks (check out that drinks menu – each named after the makeup looks in the campaign) the end of the evening we were handed a goodie bag which is always very exciting and this one was particularly amazing as I spotted some of  my favourite brands in there. As you can see from the photos, I was well and truly spoilt as there’s sooo many brands I love in there. The Morphe eyeshadow palette (get it here) as the neutral tones are right up my street and they’re insanely pigmented too. It’s basically just the perfect palette for both day and night as there’s a good mix of shimmer and matte shades in there. I got some of the Morphe eyelashes too which I’m intrigued to try as i’ve heard good things. I’m obsessing over these Cover FX custom enhancing drops – absolutely amazing for mixing with foundation to make the skin blowy! Another Cover FX item I received and am already in love with is this brush – honestly guys, it’s the softest thing ever and is going to be a dream for applying liquid foundation and the cover drops I mentioned above.
I picked up a Milani blush at the pick n mix stall and so I’m so excited I finally have one in the most perfect peachy bronze shade – I just know it’s going to look divine with tanned glowy skin! The goodie bag had lots of other amazing items too like the Laura Geller Lash Boss mascara and a lovely golden bronze Makeup Geek eyeshadow – another of my fave eyeshadow brands! I also picked up a Jeffrey Star liquid lipstick, Ofra liquid lipstick, LA Splash eyeliner, Doll Light highlighter and Makeup Geek pigment from the pick n mix stand. Yep, safe to say, I took the opportunity to stock up! I’m so excited to try all of these products, they’re all from brands I haven’t really tried before so it’s very exciting to get the chance to discover some new faves! All of the products are of course available to buy here from Beauty Bay.

I hope you guys enjoyed this post and hearing about Beauty Bay’s new campaign as well as having a look at some of their fab products! It’s now time for me to go and paint my face with them all – I’m sure you’ll see them in a Monthly Favourites post soon. 

Make sure you check out the ad and if you recreate any of the looks, be sure to tag @beautybaycom with the hashtag #QueenBB on social.

If you’ve not heard of the brand ‘dirty works’ before, they’re best known for their bath and body products due to their retro packaging, quirky product names and delightful scents! I’ve used their products for a couple of years now and have always been impressed with their quality and the fact they’re so affordable. With this being said, I was very excited to hear that they’re now dipping their toes into the beauty world and have released a whole makeup collection to sit alongside their skincare, bath and body products.
I was recently sent the new products to try and was totally amazed by how many items are in the range – there’s everything you can think of from palettes to brow kits, lipsticks and glosses. This is quite unheard of when a brand first launches a completely new type of product but I personally think it’s great that they’ve done such a variety as it means there’ll be something to suit most people’s needs and if you want a whole face of makeup for an affordable price, Dirty Works have got you covered!
I’m not going to review every single product individually as this post would never end if I did but I’ve popped the name of each product and the price below so you can get an idea of what’s available. I’ve also tried to show them as best as I can in the imagery – as you can see, they’re all really well packaged with a quirky retro theme just like Dirty Works other products.
So, here’s the products which are now available to buy at Sainsbury’s and online at www.dirtyworksbeauty.com.
Back to Basics Eyeshadow Palette (£8)
Smokey Eye Kit (£7)
Blush and Glow Palette (£7)
Luxe Lip Crayons (£6)
Wow Brows Eyebrow Kit (£7)
Pucker Up Nude and Coral Lip Glosses (£4 each)
Bye! Bye! Dark Circles Concealer (£5)
Hello Sunshine Bronzer (£5)
Off Duty Nail Polish Trio (£5)
As you can see, the most expensive item is only £8 and that’s for a whole eyeshadow palette with 11 shades. It also has shimmery finishes as well as mattes so it’s perfect for taking your makeup look from day to night. The same applies for the smokey eye kit and blush and glow palette – they’re all insane value for money considering you get multiple products in each of them. They’re also fab little kits to pop in your handbag as they’re so lightweight.

Some of my favourite items from the range would have to be the eyebrow kit, bronzing powder and the lipsticks and glosses. The eyebrow kit is perfect for natural looking brows as the shades are quite ashy rather than orange which helps to create a really natural looking brow. The powders are also really pigmented and the addition of the tweezers, brushes and brow gel makes it a great all in one brow kit. For £7, it’s hard to find fault! The bronzer is great too as it’s huge meaning it’s fab for swirling a big fluffy brush into and dusting all over the face to create a sun kissed glow. It’s slightly too orange toned to use as a contour powder but it’s great for adding some colour to the skin and the light reflecting particles in it add a nice glow to the skin. The lip pencils and glosses are also really pigmented, as you can see from my swatches. One light swipe is all you need for them to be fully opaque and the shades are perfect for Autumn!

Overall I’d say the Dirty Looks beauty range is amazing value for money. Not only will it look super pretty displayed on your dressing table thanks to the cute packaging but it also won’t break the bank. I’d say this is the perfect range for those of you who are maybe just getting into wearing makeup and want to experiment with different products. If you have a sister, niece or daughter who is just getting into makeup – then these would make the perfect start kit. Christmas gift, sorted.
Do you like the look of this new range? Will you be trying them out?! Be sure to visit www.dirtyworksbeauty.com for more information on all the products!!

A few weeks ago myself and my best friend Debra went away on a girly weekend! You may have seen our antics on my snapchat (add me @kayljcouture if you don’t already follow me on there) and it’s safe to say we had a great time enjoying lots of cocktails in the sunshine! We looked around at different hotels and decided we wanted somewhere that was pretty much guaranteed to have good weather so the canary islands was a bit of a no-brainer as they’re famous for their all year round sunshine! I’d never visited Lanzarote before but always heard good things about it and Debra had been once but to a different area than the one we were looking at so it seemed like a good option.
We came across the Barcelo Teguise Beach adults only hotel which is situated in Costa Teguise, an area of Lanzarote I’ve not heard too much about before. However, we wanted a few chilled days and this place looked perfect – bright modern interiors, a gorgeous infinity pool and a spa. The fact it’s adults only was also a huge bonus – I have nothing against children (just to clear that up haha) but when you want to totally relax, noisy children running around isn’t always ideal.

When we arrived at the hotel, we were really impressed with how clean and modern everything was. As you can see from the photos, the reception area is stunning and – it’s bright, white and has a marble floor and pops of colour from the huge velvet sofas. There was also a lovely welcome drink waiting for us of champagne, water or juice. We obviously went for the champagne, haha. After we’d had our drink and checked in, a lovely member of staff showed us to our room which was located on the third floor and was one of their top of the range junior suites. When we walked in to the room, we were so impressed by what we found. Firstly, there was a bottle of fizz and fruit waiting for us – ideal. The room had the most lovely open plan layout with one side of the room having a living room area with sofa, wardrobes and the mini bar and the other side a huge king size bed, large bathroom area with double sinks and a separate wet room style shower and toilet. I’m a big fan of open plan interiors so this style of room was right up my street.

As if the room wasn’t good enough, we also had a humongous balcony with views of the sea, a seating area and a hot tub. Yep, a hot tub. For me, hot tubs in hotel rooms are such a novelty and I’m always more inclined to book a room if it has one. The other side of our room overlooked the main pool area which as you can see from the photos, was absolutely beautiful. It was lined with palm trees, had a waterfall feature at the top and also sunken sun loungers so you can sunbathe in the pool. We did try these a couple of times but they weren’t the most comfortable, it has to be said. However, there was also amble of sun loungers around the pool and we never struggled to get some, even when we didn’t go down to the pool until 10am.

There was also the option to pay extra to get a balinese bed or a four poster bed which we did on two of the days we were there. At first we weren’t going to as it cost 40 euros but when we worked it out, to have a prime bed for the whole day which is way comfier than the standard loungers, it made sense to spend 20 euros each. It also included a bottle of bubbly which wasn’t available on the all inclusive menu and a fruit platter which the staff came and served to your bed. It was definitely a nice treat and something I’d recommend doing at least once if you’re staying at this hotel. We even watched Love Island whilst chilling on the bed as it was a completely private area where you weren’t disturbing anyone if you wanted to play your own music or watch things from your phone. Ideal! We even ended up bumping into a girl who follows me whilst chilling on the beds one day which was really cool / surreal.

As well as the pool I’ve just mentioned, the hotel also has an infinity pool with more sun loungers. We didn’t really sit by this pool too much as I felt it didn’t have the same atmosphere and because it was on the sea front, it was really windy up there. It was a stunning pool though and nice for a quick dip in throughout the day as it’s only a short walk away from the main pool area.

There’s a few board options available at the hotel so you can choose exactly what you want. As we were going for a chilled holiday and weren’t planning on doing a lot of exploring or eating out, we figured the all inclusive option would be best for us. I find all inclusive to be hit and miss at hotels but I have to say the options available at Barcelo were excellent and it’s hands down one of the best all inclusive hotels I’ve ever stayed at. The meals were buffet style in the main restaurant and there was also two restaurants where you could grab a light bite for lunch and order from a menu. This was a lovely touch as it meant it was never repetitive. They even had a little ice cream truck so you could go and help yourself to ice creams throughout the day.

As you can see from these images, we definitely didn’t go for the healthy options throughout our stay but hey, if you can’t eat like a pig when you’re on holiday, when can you? These photos were taken in the hotels two restaurants where you chose from a menu and were served, as opposed to the buffet (other than the first image which was taken in the buffet). I wish I’d have gotten more photos of the buffet as the options were endless but it was always so busy when we were there and I didn’t want to get my big camera out and start snapping while people were trying to get their food. However, they had so many options and different cuisines to choose from including Asian, Indian and Mexican foods.  I was honestly spoilt for choice every night. Breakfast was great too as you could get freshly made omelettes, toasties and pancakes as well as a huge range of fruits, cereal and pastries. Trust me, if you go for the all inclusive option at this hotel, you won’t be stuck for choice as there really was something for everyone.

Our absolute favourite part of the all inclusive would have to be the drinks menu as unlike other hotels I’ve stayed at which only offer basics like wine, beer and soft drinks, Barcelo included a whole cocktail menu, spirits, a large selection of wine and beers and even shots. Yes, we may have had a cheeky jaeger once or twice. Our absolute favourites cocktails were the Strawberry Mojitos and  Daiquiris. Both of these were divine and went down far too easily! They were also presented really nicely which is another rare occurrence in all inclusive hotels. Usually you get standard plastic cups  when having drinks by the pool and although these were in plastic cups (for safety reasons of course) they weren’t your bog standard ones and you’d think they were glass if you didn’t know otherwise. They were also nicely garnished – Instagram dream right there, haha! In the evening, there was two places you could go for drinks – the sports bar which was really lively and had sports on the big screens during the day and live entertainment at night or the cute cocktail bar which had a more calm and civilised atmosphere. Again, something for everyone. We personally loved the liveliness of the sports bar and spent most nights in there making us of the all inclusive drinks. The entertainment was actually really good too – we loved the Abba tribute haha!

The last thing I want to mention about the hotel is their gym and spa facilities. I know a lot of people don’t like to work out while they’re away on holiday but for some people who want to indulge without the guilt, it’s an important part of booking a hotel – knowing there’s somewhere they can work out each day. Barcelo had the most lovely gym – it was a stones throw away from the main pool and had a great open plan style. I didn’t personally use it when I was there but Debra did go down one morning and said it was great. As well as the gym, they also have a spa with a huge menu of treatments available so if you fancy a luxurious treat one day, this is a great option to have. We had a full body massage one of the days we were there called the ‘lomi lomi’ and it was an experience to say the least. They had us laying on a water bed which was quite a strange experience but it was nice to experience!

As well as the extensive facilities available at the hotel itself, Barcelo is also in a really good location and a short walk away from the beach and lots of bars and restaurants. We went out for a meal one of the nights we were there just for a change of scenery and ended up eating in a lovely little Italian place that was on a square full of bars and restaurants. One thing we noticed is that there wasn’t many places to ‘party’ or go clubbing – something young couples or groups of friends might want when on holiday. However, we may not have been looking in the right place as the barman at the hotel told us there was some clubs nearby. Just something to bare in mind if you’re looking for a party holiday.

So there we have it, a summary of our stay at Barcelo Teguise Beach. It was honestly such a lovely hotel and I wouldn’t hesitate to go back for a few more days of relaxation. They had pretty much everything you could need for a chilled few days in the sunshine!!

Do you like the look of this hotel?! You can see more info and prices here.